So What Is ‘PPI’ All About?
Over the last 30 years, during the real boom in credit, banks like Barclays have been mindful of the fact that there may come a time when a customer may not be able to keep up with the payments on the loan, whether that be a mortgage, credit credit or personal loan.
To ‘help’ the customer, the bank charged extra money in the form of Barclays payment protection insurance (Barclays PPI), ensuring that should you not be able to make payments for reasons such as unemployment, unexpected medical bills etc, they would cover this payment for you. While this seems like a good idea and has helps thousands of people, it merely serves as extra income for Barclays, which believe it or not, is one of the best forms of ‘pain free income’ for the banks.
What Should You Do?
Quite simply, if you have been paying Barclays PPI on a credit card, Barclays mortgage or PPI on a Barclays bank loan you should begin the procedure of claiming it back.
When Should You Do It?
There is currently talk about putting a time limit on PPI claims so best get it done now. We can and will help you!
So What’s So Wrong With Barclays PPI?
Well back in early 2011, a land mark case was won in court and set the tone for the phenomenon that is ‘ppi reclaims’. The banks were investigated and Barclays amongst many others were found to have ‘mis-sold’ millions of Barclays PPI policies.
What Does Mis Sold Mean?
Some people, for years were never even aware that they had this policy in place and were therefore paying a premium for a service they might not have wanted.
Some people had been paying a Barclays PPI premium, even though they were NEVER eligible to claim for PPI.
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